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Matt Zalaznick

Education experts are reimagining the PLC concept to move beyond the school building and into the globally connected world of social media and other interactive online platforms. Read more>>

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"I'm here to share how I'm using hand2mind's Daily Math Fluency in my classroom. This is a resource I wish I had when I first began teaching; it's that powerful and impactful," says Chloe, a second-grade teacher in her sixth year of teaching. Learn more>>

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Calling ALL technology leaders and their management teams. District Administration invites you to its National Leadership Academy. The leadership academies are designed by technology leaders FOR technology leaders. Don't miss this opportunity for individual or team professional growth. Register now>>

Ray Bendici

As special education needs continue to increase, a challenge for district leaders is identifying and then managing accommodations and supports for gifted students who have learning difficulties, also known as twice-exceptional (2E) students. Read more>>

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The Uninhabitable Earth is both a primer on the climate crisis and an impassioned call to action. For just as the world was brought to the brink of catastrophe within the span of a lifetime, the responsibility to avoid it now belongs to a single generation—today’s. Read more>>

Melissa Ezarik

Schools from Collier County Public (Florida), McHenry School District 15 (Illinois) and Anglophone East School District Hillsborough (New Brunswick, Canada) take top honors at FETC. Read more>>

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Today's students must be proficient in the 4Cs: critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and communication. Small-group learning puts students’ 4C skills into action and helps address gaps by promoting engagement, sharing and feedback. Download now>>

Rosalyn Washington, DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker

Video can empower, engage and aid in student mastery of complex concepts—when used strategically, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Rosalyn Washington. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Administrators know attendance is one of the keys to student success in school, but in some districts, incentive programs for students and families aren't moving the needle. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

K-12 leaders should look to historically black colleges and universities to adopt strategies to promote the success of African American students, a new United Negro College Fund report says. Read more>>


The proposed replacement, Florida Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T) Standards, includes things such as cursive writing, embedded civics in kindergarten through 12th grade, reading lists with foundational American historic documents, and no more "confusing math." Read more>>


New report from the Council for Economic Education found that the number of states that require a high school student to take a personal finance course—either a standalone class or integrated into other coursework—in order to graduate has risen to 21. Read more>>

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